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Local researchers in Thailand have developed a rapid antigen test to detect Covid-19, for use in professional settings at at home. The National Nanotechnology Centre under the National Science and Technology Development Agency developed the test which was subsequently approved by the Food and Drug Administration. The professional version was approved back in July, while the self-test version was approved September 28. Chief researcher Natpapatsorn Wiriyachaiporn says after developing the professional test kits, the number of Covid-19 cases kept increasing. “After we developed the professional-use kits, infections were continuously surging from July. And then the government promoted the use of […]

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Great business planning, just after the government purchased 8.5m Chinese ATK's.

I wonder how long it will be until only the arriving tourists will be given PCR tests in swab hubs and the rest of the country only gets ATK's?

In that case the daily infection numbers will be near zero and Covid will have been virtually eradicated 🤭

And of course then the tourists can officially be blamed for those few cases 🤣

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